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    November 5, 2012
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ohio. >> you can't do my job. you do >> good morning everyone. i am patti ann browne. >> it is monday november 5th. thanks for watching fox and friends first. we are one day away from the presidential election. it is so hard to believe it has been a long campaign. the candidates are crisscrossing the country making sure the closing arguments are heard in a very close >> we have team coverage. kelly wright covering team romney. doug luzader is live with the lathes on the president's plan today. >> he has been trying to build
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the midwest fireball that stops in iowa, wisconsin and of course the critical battle ground state of ohio. neither of these guys getting much sleep. the president late last night made a visit to colorado, attended a rally there. it was a state he carried four years ago. it is part of his final push. >> i know much of you already voted but if you haven't there's still time. all of those early voters and perhaps 30 million of them could be the real wild card this time around. plenty of other variables including pennsylvania once thought to be relatively safe for obama now caught in the cross hairs. states like ohio they have been no republican has been elected without carrying the state of ohio. >> it may come down to ohio.
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they know the critical nature of that election. the last minute ad campaign there former president bill clinton has four stops in the keystone state. >> four critical swing states today making a last ditch effort to win the undecided voters. kelly wright is live in washington with more. >> this is a final count down for both candidates. he has everything he has to win the presidency. knowing he is in a very tight race nationwide he will spend the day urging people in the swing state to get out and vote for him. >> president obama asked his supporters to vote for revenge,
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for revenge. i asked the american people instead to vote for love of country. >> over the weekend governor romney campaigned in three key states. today he will be in florida where he will be in a neck and neck race with president obama. he wants leadership and restore faith in the american spirit. >> any one who fears the american dream is fading away. if there is any one who wonders whether better jobs and xhaks are a things of the past i have a clear unequivocal message. with the right leadership america is about to come roar back. >> governor mitt romney giving his closing statements. important states for him he knows that's the state to go on and win the presidency.
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>> kelly wright in washington. thank you. >> we head to the all important battle ground state of florida. that is where phil keet something -- phil keating is live. >> president obama and governor romney, were they successful in the final pitches to voters? on the american headquarters special they gave their analysis. >> you can see the fatigue in both of their faces, you can hear it in both of their voices. as far as romney is concerned he is trying to go big. you face a good choice you can continue on the path of barack obama, we have been going a very different way. some people say he should have made it more of a choice election. for months it was a referendum.
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it is a strong argument to finish. >> obama is spending his final hours still attacking mitt romney? who sounds more like a president? perhaps romney. who sounds like a guy in a small bore race i think it's the president. there are the crowds who have been enormous for romney surprising everybody venlt one thing we have learned a long time ago in the final days crowd size doesn't tell you much. george mcgovern on the way to a massive slaughter drew enormous crowd rgs so did walter mondale. it will doesn't tell you all that much about how many people there are. >> that leads us to our brew on this question of the day. until the election have you made
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up your mind yet? send us your comments. shoot us an e-mail to foxfriendsfirst@foxnews.com. we will read them a little bit later in the show. >> in the key swing states of florida a judge ordered one early voting location to stay open for an additional four-hours yesterday while at other locations quick chaos. they cleaned up for 6 hours to cast the ballot. >> this is not cuba. this is not china. we cannot allow this to happen. >> phil keating joins us live in tampa, florida. >> good morning. we are in florida. 39 electoral college votes. this is where the candidates are
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truly focusing much of their energy and television advertising dollars orlando, daytona deech a swing corridor that was in orange county outside of orlando in winter park yesterday where the judges order where it allowed extra hours of early voting 332 additional people voted early even though early voting technically by the law ended saturday night at 7:00 p.m. down in miami dade it was the board of elections there they allowed some absentee in person voting yesterday. so many people found out about the hours they over crowded the location forcing the precinct to lock the doors and open back up allowing people to get an absentee ballot, get the vote
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and hand it back over. it doesn't count as early voting but what the difference is casting an earl sloit while the two parties argue over that. here are the numbers through saturday night as far as the early voting and absentee ballot period ended saturday night. 4.4 million floridians have already put their ballot in the system. the way it pans out democrats with the early vote lead. 43 percent came from registered democrats 39 percent from registered republicans. these numbers are 90,000 fewer than the early and absentee vote total four years ago in 2008. in between the two elections republicans in the legislature and governor changed the voting laws in court claiming they were trying to reduce the early vote because it tends to favor democrats. the absentee ballot by mail
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tends to favor republicans. it will be another busy day. romney lands in stanford in just a few hours. >> you will have another long one. thank you for being with us phil keating thanks. >> chris christie making it clear mitt romney is still his man for president. >> the fact of the matter is mitt romney know this is and by the way so does the president of the united states. endorsed mitt romney 14 months ago because i thought he was the best guy for the job and i am voting for mitt romney because i think he is the best guy for the job. >> he drew criticism for excessive praise of obama after super storm sandy. >> next week could be challenges for sand die's sto-- sandy's st victims. it is getting colder and a nor' easter is expected to hit on wednesday. the new storms could bring 55
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mile per hour wind gusts flooding and rain all of this adding to the devastation already impacting the new york and new jersey area. meantime members of the marines visiting families in staten island they helped clean up debris in some of the hardest hit areas. >> a 2 yearly died after falling into an enclosure. the mother was holding him up on a railing when he fell into the african dogs exhibit. he was immediately attacked. keepers wereable to move 7 dogs out and scare off three more but one would not leaf the child. it was shot and killed by police. the zoo is closed indefinitely. off fiofficials say they will change this to prevent it from happening again. >> a big welcome home to the world's first nuclear powered aircraft carrier as it ends a more than 50 year career.
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>> the uss enterprise returned from the 25th and final deployment yesterday. the ship has been involved in every major conflict since the cuban missile crisis back in 1962. it will be de activated last month and eventually towed to washington state where it will be scrapped. that is your 5@5:00. >> time now for your first degree weather update with maria molina and a look ahead at your election day forecast. >> voters want to know what can they expect when they go to the polls tomorrow. >> good news the weather is overall going to be quiet across the entire lower 48 as we head into tuesday. there will be a couple trouble spots including the western great lakes and portions of the southeast where we will be dealing with hours of showers and possible isolated thunderstorms. that storm in the southeast will
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be the developing coastal storm that we see impacting portions of the northeast as we head into late wednesday into early thursday morning. take a look at the national forecast temperatures will be cool out across portions of the northeast. we will be bundling up as we head out to vote. we are on the warm side 91 will be the high in phoenix. we are talking mid 80s in portions of la. a lot of sunshine and showers to wednesday through thursday the worse wednesday night into early thursday morning. a lot of rain along the coast, gusts 50 miles per hour as we head into wednesday night and across portions of the northeast. wer talking significant snow possible. >> not really good news. appreciate you joining us. >> the time is 12 minutes after the top of the hour. coming up are they getting ready for a romney win?
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>> 16 after the hour. the cleanup continues. a tidal surge sent tons of sand wushing from the beach into homes. this man still digging out nearly a week after the storm hit. some of our nation's bravest may not be heard in the election. soldiers got incorrect ballots five weeks ago. there is apparently waiting on the correct ballots. they are investigating. any one who needs to vote should go to heros vote.org.
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>> thank you, patti ann. no matter who wins the presidential election the outcome could bring much needed certainty to investors. lauren simonetti is here to explain. good news no matter who wins? >> we could have a rally. history shows during presidential election years november and december tend to be among the best months for stocks. on average s&p 500 stocks has grown and 1.7 percent in december. history shows sometimes it does matter which party wins. the investment group tells usa today that when a democrat wins the dow falls on average upon the 7 percent in november. when the incumbent wins the dow gains on average 1.3 percent. when the incumbent is a democrat
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the game dwindles to .7 percent. something else on the horizon is the fiscal cliff. that could impact how things go. >> at a meeting in mexico the finances group for the group of 20 range the alarm bells about the fiscal cliff and european debt crisis. two issues on the back burner since sandy in the election. as you recall $600 billion in spending cuts and higher taxes is going to kick in for the end of the year. >> the election tomorrow. mitt romney if he is in office he promises he is going to repeal obama care, the healthcare law. that could change how the hiring is done. >> it could be good. the new healthcare law says any one working 30 hours a week health insurance or pay many bosses are doing neither. they are cutting back the hours giving their employees.
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this is being seen mostly in the restaurant, retail and hotel businesses. already cke restaurants and the owner of red lobster and olive garden they have shifted hiring plans many more are expect to do do so if owe bhaum does win tomorrow's election. >> a lot of things to follow up on with you on wednesday. >> busy come of days. >> thank you so much lauren. appreciate it. >> the time is 19 after the top of the hour. they have just 24-hours to sway voters. >> the skierms we have been on is going knot going to lead to a better destination. oo it's the choice between two different visions of america. >> will the closing arguments make a difference? the fair and balanced debate is up next. stay with us. the sleep number bed conforms to you. i wake up in the morning with no back pain. i can adjust it if i need to...if my back's a little more sore. and by the time i get up in the morning, i feel great!
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>> the same course we have been on is not going to lead to better destination. the same means 20 trillion in debt. it means depressed home values and means devastated military which we must not allow to have happen. >> this is not just a choice between two candidates and two parties it's a choice between two different visions of america. it is a choice between a return with the top down policies that crashed our economy. >> that was mitt romney and president obama making their closing arguments. will it be enough to sway voters when they head to the polls tomorrow? here for a fair and balanced debate democratic strategist and former aid governor james mccready. thank you for joining us. >> president reagan asked years ago are you better off today than you were four years ago?
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not many can say yes to that. what impact does that have? >> i think a lot of people can say they are better off when president obama first took office we were losing 850,000 jobs approximately a month. that is a huge number of people the economy was hemorrhaging and the economy was negative. now the economy is growing. we have had 171,000 jobs created last month and our economy is drawing while europe and other parts of the global economy are actually slowing down. the fact that we are growing and other people are slowing down around the world means we are doing something right. for the people who are hurting the president needs to layout a vision and a plan and continue to push, to continue to layout its vision and push. >> are people better off? >> no. the bottom line is if you are one of the 23 million who are unemployed or under employed you
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are clearly not better off. he cleeps ta keeps talking him person and trust me the guy had four years blaming his predecessor. he has had a lot of time to right the ship. there are a lot of broken promises that came in with th d administration. you talk about gas prices joblessness. mitt romney has been making that case effectively for the last few months. >> we have the campaign stops for both candidates. president obama will be with wisconsin, iowa. romney will be in florida, virginia, ohio and new hampshire. how important are these closing arguments? >> it is important to energize
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supporters. the president is talking about his record. he is running commercials about his record. when he talks about what he inherited he did inherit a mess and he is giving context so people understand just how bad things were so they can see how far we have come. we have come a very long way. >> you know it's interesting to hear you say that tara. when you think about the president looking at some of the job growth they have had, this has been the most anemic recovery in 40 years. you look back to ronald reagan when he caught taxes and got business stimulated you had 9 straight quarters of economic growth averaging 6 percent this president has had 3 quarters. >> reagan -- >> thank you both for joining us. be sure to tune in to fox news tomorrow night for all of your election results. our special coverage of the
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presidential election starts 6:00 p.m. right here on fox news channel. the time right now 26 after the hour. it is home to the hanging chad. now there are already reports of new voting problems. could a legal battle already be brewing in florida? we will have a live report in c tampa next. >> military helping with victoria secret models.
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>> good morning. thank you for joining us. i am heather childers. >> i am patti ann browne. it is monday november 5th. thank you for watching "fox & friends first". we are one day away from the presidential election and the candidates are crisscrossing the country making their closing arguments in a very close race. >> we have team coverage. doug luzader is live in tampa, florida where the judge extended earledly voting. but coverage starts with kelly wright. he is wlooif in dc with a look at mitt romney's final day on the campaign trail. can it be kelly, finally? >> finally. good morning to you, heather.
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this is the final count down for both candidates. governor mitt romney is giving everything he has to win the presidency. it is the last full day for the governor. he will spend the day urging people to get out and vote for him. >> president obama asked his supporters to vote for revenge. for revenge. i ask the american people instead to vote for love of country. >> now over the weekend governor romney campaigned in key swing states giving his closing arguments to voters. today he will be in florida where he is in a neck and neck tied race with president obama where he wants new leadership and to restore faith in the american spirit. >> if there is any one who fears
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the american dream is fading away, is there is any one who wonders if better job and better xhaks are a thing of the past i have a clear unequivocal message with the right leadership america is about to come roaring back. that is governor mitt romney he has to win a lot of those states in order to go on to win the presidency. thank you very much kelly wright. sdoug luzader is live in dc with the lathes on the presidented--s plan. these are the states the president is targeting, iowa, wisconsin, of course that critical swing state of ohio with the midwest fire wall. the obama campaign spent part of the weekend in colorado.
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the president had a late night rally. it was a state he carried four years ago. i know a bunch of you already voted. but if haven't there's still time. >> 30 million of them could be the real wild card this time around. the obama campaign is counting on locking down some of that support. plenty other variables, though. including pennsylvania. it was once thought to be a safe place for the president. fou the romney campaign is making a last minute push. it reflectses confidence or as the obama campaign says desperation. >> they have tried to expand the map because they know that in the states like ohio where they have to win no republican has ever been elected without carrying the state of ohio. >> that is true but the obama campaign is concerned about perhaps losing pennsylvania to the point they have dispatched former president clinton to make four stops there today. back to you.
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>> doug luzader live for us in washington. >> problems at the polls in the battle ground state of florida. a judge ordered one early voting location to stay open for an additional four-hours yesterday. meanwhile at other locations people quickly lost patience waiting up to 6 hours to cast their ballot. >> this is not cuba. this is not china. we cannot allow this to happen. >> phil keating joins us live from tampa, florida to tell us where things stand right now. hey, phil. hi. the big crowd continues as a very high level of enthusiasm amongst the voters. mitt romney had 17,000 people at a rally. president obama pulled 23,000 in broward county. thanks to the judge's order 332 extra people voted early for four-hours yesterday in winter
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park. down in miami dade it got a little hectic. (chanting n. ( >> this is after word spread that beam could still come in on sunday for about four-hours. in person fill out an absentee ballot and hand it back over or you could go home fill it out and return it today. so many people showed up and staff was far under well amming as far as being able to handle those people. they only had one printer to print off their ballot. they closed the office down temporarily. in the end they reopened it. but there was certainly some confusion and some mild chaos. >> i have been waiting here since 12:30 to fill out an absentee ballot and now they are telling us we have to go. that's ridiculous. >> i was the last one to vote. to have all of these people
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waiting that is unfair. >> here are the total early voting and absentee ballot ry of state's saturday night office up in tallahassee. 4.4 million floridians have already cast their ballot. that is breaking it down thanks to algebra skills not far lost. 43 percent for registered democrats, 49 percent for registered republicans. these early voting lines saturday night and friday night people were waiting if line 3 hours four-hours, five hours even six-hours. early voting is the way it is going to work for tomorrow big election day. if you are in line by 7:00 with the polls closed you will be able to kags your ballot no matter if that means it is 8:00, 9:00, 10:00 when you funlly walk out the door. back to you. phil keating live in tampa. thank you.
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now a look at some of the other news making headlines for you this morning. over 30 major u.s. newspapers endorsing mitt romney after backing president obama four years ago. we told you about new york's daily news endorsement yesterday. also on the list des moines register. fort lauderdale sun-sentinel houston chronicle illinois daily harold. long island news day. loss apg less daily news, press telegram national tennessee and the orlando sentinel. >> polling places have been moved officials preparing for election day in storm ravaged sections of new york and new jersey a week after sandy. >> it will work hard to make poll voters know where they are suppose to go on election day. >> the poling places that have power go and vote as normal.
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polling places not destroyed but have power will still have polling places. you vote paper pallet. >> new jersey residents also driven from their homes have extra options to vote by fax or e-mail. they cans cast their votes through fax or e-mail until 8:00 p.m. the epa rushing to finish new anti cole regulations that would ban any future coal powered plan. kierding to a new report they have devoted the most resources ever for one regulation. they are apparently concerns that if the president loses the election the epa will only have a short time to enact the new standards before romney takes office. an independent group estimates these regulations could cost the u.s. economy $700 billion. >> the ntsb and faa will be searching the wreckage of a
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police helicopter for crews of why it crashed over the weekend killing two atlanta police officers on board. they were flying low searching for a missing child when will it hit a power poll and came crashing to the ground. the missing 9-year-old boy was later found safe. inspirational video of illinois senator mark keshg in the first public appearance since january. kirk surpassing his own goal climbing 30 points by climbing 37. >> great. >> a lot more steps than the 45 that may go to the senate front door. they have the rehabilitation institute for chicago. >> before you leave the house let's get your first degree weather update from ma roa molina. election day coming up tomorrow what about the weather?
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>> we are talking relatively quiet weather a lot of sunshine for many. get out and vote everyone. make that effort. we are seeing trouble spots across portions of the great lakes where we have to deal with showers and heavier batches of rain and showers across portions of the southeast for southern parts of georgia and florida. it is going to be quiet across portions of the rockies and nevada. 91 for the high temperature in phoenix tomorrow and 85 across la. it is across portions of the great lakes and southeast. the storm in the southeast will make showers over the next 48-hours. coastal areas across the northeast heavy rain and strong winds 60 mile per hour winds for areas hit hard by sandy. we could be looking at more power outages and heavy snow across interior portions of the
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northeast. heather, patti ann? >> maria molina, thank you. 41 after the hour. still to come president obama doing a lot of talking during his final campaign stops. you don't hear him talking about the jobs numbers. why is he silent on that? charles pain from fox business network weighs in next. members of the military listen to this. they were helping storm victims kicked out -- they were kicked out of their beds for victoria secret models. wait until you hear why. ible ch. i'm kirk cameron. four hundred years ago our forefathers risked their lives to bring this bible to the shores of america. because it contained the principals for economic liberty, political liberty and religious freedom. the 1599 geneva bible. it was the first complete english translation, complete with chapters, numbered verses and 300,000 utterly unique study notes.
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>> the final jobs report providing the campaign trail. >> in 2008 we were in the milled of two wars and the worst economic crisis since the great depression. today our businesses created nearly 5 and a half million jobs. >> they said they were going to lower the unemployment rate down
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to 5.2 percent right now. today we learned it is 7.9 percent. that is 9 until jobs short of what he promised. >> what is the truth behind these numbers? let's ask. thank you for joining us. good news or bad news? how did it all shake out? >> it is bad news with america with respect to what we can generate and what we have in the past. if you look at it more micro level 131,000 is an improvement. overall the whole jobs picture is really there. >> what we need is 250,000. >> at a minimum. you start to celebrate 171,000. you know the reaction was? the stock market. this number was better than expected, the market was up a little bit then it crashed. it went a lot lower. i thought that was a pretty interesting sign. let's talk about true unemployment. look at the real unemployment picture. the whole 7.9 percent thing is a
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little bit skewed. this is the magic number mitt romney talked about in the first debate that propelled him into officially unemployed people working part-time. they don't want to work part-time. over 8 million. and people marginally attached. if someone called them out they would run out in a heartbeat 23 million. you get the unemployment number being some what screwed. eventually we have the one set number 65.5 percent unemployment. if that were the case the unofficial number would be 10 and a half, 11 percent. it is still dismal. >> breaking down the numbers what are you most concerned about? >> black unemployment went up to 14.3 percent from 13.4 in a single month. that is really bad stuff. women who fought in the gulf war in the last 10 years
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unemployment rate is almost 20 percent. in years past it was 15 percent. these are troubling trends. college unemployment if you have a bachelor's degree 3.8 percent but other than that it is pretty abysmal for the country. >> the right was 7.8 percent when he took office. he promised one term. he said it should be one term if he didn't reach his goals. >> what bothers me so much is the partis rate is so much lower than when he took office. we are way off the mark. we are near 11 percent unemployment if he used the numbers of how many people looking for a job. that is good news. those coming into the jobs market now the better news is they can start finding jobs. >> thank you so much. see what happens tomorrow. >> it is a nail biter. >> the it is 48 at the tfter thf the hour. one day to go have you made up your mind about the election? your e-mails up next.
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a truck gets stuck on a track and the train comes barreling towards it. >> let's talk to brian kilmeade to see what's coming up on fox and friends. >> an interesting thing we are going to be doing on our show not talking about the election. only it will be a sprint to the finish. senator mccain will be here live. congressman allen west among our many guests. we will find out if romney has a gap to close or is indeed doing better than what people think. it will be the president's last election win or lose. does he think he has this thing won already. we will talk mind set and schedules. i will be with two other people. what are their names? it might come. [ female announcer ] you spend weeks planning it.
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>> >> 8 minutes to the top of the hour. the victoria secret show must go on even though it means kicking men and women out in uniform. they were sleeping at a manhattan armory. they were booted so crews could get ready for wednesday's big show. they have last minute undivided voters on monday night football. the candidates will take unt views of tonight's game. for weeks we have seen all different takes on the poerl numbers. they spin them into their candidate's favor. with the race this close how will it play out this sunday
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night. the pollsters the experts the regular people are confused. i bet the candidates and campaigns are confused. rot am into he camp talked about the fact that they had florida and virginia in the back. where is romney going tomorrow? florida and virginia. the fact that romney is going to pennsylvania tomorrow is because he can't win ohio. we have a poll that it is a dead heat in pennsylvania. bill clinton will make four stops in pennsylvania tomorrow. you tell me who is fluffing and who isn't, i don't know. >> it is driving me nuts. >> it is an old-fashioned race we will have to sipt and you are going to tell us. we could be sitting there on election night at midnight 1, 2 in the morning and not know who our president is. >> very true. time now for the brew on this
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question of the day. we have some responses. earlier we asked you with a day to go have you made up your mind yet? >> one writes yes i have made up my mind. i voted early for mitt romney in wisconsin. >> from sent my absentee ballot for obama for hope liberty and progress rather than war and they ok see. both candidates made compelling arguments clearly showing romney should be president. thank you to everyone who responded. >> 5 minutes to the top of the hour a truck gets stuck on the tracks. unbelievable video. a train barreling toward it. tell you how this ends. >> can you figure out the word of the day? that is a big one.
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